The Udemy Learning Feed is here!

We’re very excited to unveil the Udemy Learning Feed!

Quite a few of you have been asking us to add features that build the Udemy community and admittedly we know we could do more for you. So we created the learning feed — a place for you to communicate with each other and spread the power of learning.

We hope the learning feed becomes your go-to learning destination. Just like the activity feed on Facebook, all your activity and the activity of your community will be on your personal homepage. This means you’ll stay informed of the great things going on at Udemy, whether it’s an exciting new course from a top instructor or announcements about a course you’re enrolled in. It’s all organized nice and neat — just for you. Plus, you’ll have a chance to start a dialog with other students about hot topics in your courses and use the Udemy community as your learning resource.

 

Learning is a lifelong process and on the learning feed, you’ll be supported by other like-minded students and instructors along the way. You can choose who you share with based on your interests. Keep your sharing relevant by selecting a category in your drop down.

 

Share your progress and start conversations with students who have similar interests and learn from each other. Connect with study buddies and keep each other accountable as you learn real skills you can actually use.

 

You can also post status updates about what you’re learning and any interesting tidbits related to the topics you’re learning about! Feel free to share resources, give and receive feedback and tell the world what you’re doing with your new skills. The learning feed is the perfect place to showcase how you’re putting knowledge to use and see what others are doing too!  And of course, you can like and comment on activity throughout your feed.

 

Everyone has a feed and we encourage all of you to connect with other passionate students and instructors. We believe it’s so important for the Udemy community to easily share knowledge and learn from one another, whether or not you’re a student in the traditional sense — there are always opportunities to learn important skills and pursue interests with zeal.

Psst…just to let you in on a little secret. We built this learning feed at a furiously fast pace because we wanted to get it to you as quickly as possible. We’d love to hear what you think of your learning feed because we’ll constantly improve the learning experience through the feed based on feedback from awesome users such as yourself!

We already have a few new features in the works and will add them over the next couple weeks. So stay tuned.

Go ahead, check it out and start a conversation!